Fundamental Doctrines which are assumed as granted — The Calvinistic Doctrines of Particular Redemption, Election, and Reprobation refuted — The Way of Salvation through the Merits of Christ prepared for all Mankind — The Necessity of Special Means and Conditions by which the Redemption of the Human Race may be applied to Individual Men, . 17
Justification by Faith — The Lutheran and Calvinistic Doctrine of Justification by Faith alone refuted — The Nature and Office of Faith as the first Prerequisite to Justification explained — Statement and Proof of the Catholic Doctrine concerning Saving Faith, ... 66
Other Prerequisites of Justification — Repentance and Conversion to God — The Formal Cause and the Instruments of Justification — Regeneration and Sanctifying Grace — The Sacraments Instruments of Grace — Baptism the Sacrament of Regeneration, . . 81
Necessity of Means for the Remission of Sin after Baptism — Venial and Mortal Sin — The Sacrament of Penance — Extreme Unction — Purgatory — Means for the Preservation and Increase of Grace and Holiness — The Holy Eucharist the great Source of Grace and Nourishment for .the Soul, . 127
Of the Church— Its Unity and Authority— Of the Rule of Faith — The Mystics — Luther's Doctrine of Private Illumination — Of Teaching Authority in General— Of Infallibility — Various Theories Examined and Tested — The Validity of the Argument from Scripture Established — Indirect, Negative, Cumulative, and Presumptive Proofs that the Catholic Church alone is the true Church, . . 163
The Nature, Attributes, and Organic Principles of the True Church proved from Scripture — Proof that the Holy, Catholic, Apostolic, Roman Church is the One True Church founded by Jesus Christ — The only Way of Salvation is in the Catholic Church — Conclusion, .... 237
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